While traveling to distant forests may be enjoyable to find eye-catching fall color, a variety of native grasses, wildflowers, and shrubs can add color to a homeowner's own yard in autumn. Plus these plants are now habitats that benefit insects and wildlife at other times in the year.
The Missouri Department of Conservation urges all Missourians to check trees for Asian long-horned beetle. This invasive, wood-boring insect can feed on more than 20 different species of trees common to Missouri, according to a press release.
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